What The Terminator Says In The Spanish Language Version Of T2 Instead Of "Hasta La Vista, Baby"

It's doubtful Arnold Schwarzenegger knew how iconic his "Hasta la vista, baby" line from Terminator 2: Judgment Day would become, but now we can't say "see you later" in Spanish without hearing Arnie's voice in our heads.

But curious and geeky minds want to know- what does Arnie say in the Spanish language version of T2?

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Apparently he says "Sayonara, baby", which is hilarious enough, but in the Japanese language version he says "Cheerio then, love". WTF is that all about?!

-Via Boing Boing


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This is about saying goodbye in a different language than the movie's dubbing. In Spain (i'm spanish -not 'spaniard'- ) that's the whole point. If Constantino Romero , the actor who dubbed Arnie, had said that in Spanish, the effect wouldn't have been the same.
On the other hand, 'Cheerio then' is the Japanese way to pronounce english words. They add random suffixes to adapt their listening to their pronunciation.
That it's all about.
¡Hasta luego, Lucas!
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